The Ogun State government has extended the recent ban on high-density gatherings in the State to all public and private schools in the State, as well as religious houses.
According to a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Kunle Somorin, all schools in the State will remain closed indefinitely after school hours on Friday, March, 20th, 2020.
The statement reads, “Due to the global spread of the Coronavirus and the recent ban of all high-density gatherings in Ogun State, the State Government wishes to clarify that the ban on high-density gatherings affects all schools, including public and private schools in the State, as well as all religious activities in the State”.
“Also, all religious centres and activities including regular and special services that bring together fifty (50) or more persons in the same place are banned with immediate effect”.
“These measures will be reviewed at regular intervals in response to the development surrounding the Coronavirus disease”.
“The government, therefore, enjoins all parents and guardians who have their children and wards in any boarding facility within the State to immediately evacuate them and return them to their respective homes at the close of schools on Friday, March 20th, 2020”.
“Governor Dapo Abiodun thankfully acknowledges and appreciates religious leaders for their advice, understanding, solidarity and support, as we jointly search for solution to the pandemic and for their cooperation to observe all safety measures in the overall interest of our State and common humanity”.
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